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Medlem sedan Apr 16, 2010  4 poster PriNova Jan 20 2012 at 09:04
Hello myfxbook-Team,

i coded an indicator which shows me the avgPrice of short and Long positions in the chart. also the volume and percentage long/short.

it would be very nice to see an open order book from all real accounts as a chart like oanda has.
many traders would benefit from this because it shows Level 2 data from many brokers and the whole market.

another question i have. was the community outlook data saved in a DB? so we could collect history data and put it into chart.

Thanks in advanced

Kind Regards

Tino Wening


Medlem sedan Sep 07, 2010  1 poster MasterBO Jan 23 2012 at 15:38
That is a very good idea!


Medlem sedan Apr 16, 2010  4 poster PriNova Jan 26 2012 at 15:03
Does nobody wants Depth of Market view from myfxbook? you all will be benefiting from this.

i coded some indicators which shows the community outlook stats directly into MT4 chart and it is generous to see the fluctuations of traded volume, positions and percentage on history in your charts.
you will see key support/restiance zones easily. you know where and how much the traders are involved with which positions.
it is like oandas open orderr book but much better.

please rate here

and if we get the feature from myfxbook i could you teach how to use it correctly and how you will be trading better with it.

kind regards



Medlem sedan Feb 24, 2010  3 poster Viktor (wictorius) Mar 30 2012 at 23:53
I like your idea! lol

Trend is your friend... ;-)
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